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AgriCord was set up early 2002, after a 5-year period of gestation. Agri-agencies, future members of AgriCord started contacting each other and exchanging experiences in 1997. First meetings took place in Arnhem (Netherlands) and in Oslo (Norway), initiated by Agriterra and by NorgesVel, the Norwegian Royal Society for Development. Its vision Strengthening farmers’ organizations and cooperatives is a necessary condition for economic, social and political development. The theory of change[1]  of Farmers Fighting Poverty builds on the vision that farmers’ associations and cooperatives will contribute to more democratic societies (better institutions and dialogue), to higher economic growth (more and better services and products) and to a more equal and more inclusive distribution of income and wealth (increasing involvement of smallholder farmers, particularly women and youth). Its website:



AsiaDHRRA, traces its earliest roots to a three-week Development of Human Resources in Rural Asia (DHRRAW) in 1974 held in Swanganiwas, Thailand. About 120 rural development workers and practitioners gathered to engage in dialogues that focused on the challenges and responses to rural development. Now, it is a regional partnership of 11 social development networks and organizations in 11 Asian nations that envisions organized rural communities that are just, free, prosperous, living in peace and working in solidarity towards self-reliance. Its website:



A unique global forum, GFAR provides the open and inclusive space required for fostering dialogue, agreeing priorities and catalyzing collective actions by the many stakeholders involved in agri-food research and innovation. A GFAR Collective Action is a multi-stakeholder programme of work at local, national, regional or international level, initiated by three or more partners and prioritized by GFAR Partners, always including producers and with a particular focus on women and youth. Work formulated through consultative processes of GFAR is delivered by our constituent partners. Partners agree to commit and generate resources together, to catalyze actions or advocacy towards shared, demand-driven development aims. These actions are fostered and supported through the GFAR Secretariat. Its website:

ASAC is an umbrela of agriculture communities/cooperatives. It is providing advisory services for agriculture cooperatives and farmers in provinces of Cambodia